The house blend

Rossett, Allison; Douglis, Felicia
April 2004
People Management;4/22/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p36
Focuses on the significance of blended learning in improving the performance of employers. Online learning provided by the Basic Blue program of International Business Machines Corp.; SimFab programme of Intel according to program manager Julie Thomas; Strategy used by Ivan Cortes, performance improvement consultant of Citigroup, to increase the financial service sales of the company. INSET: A DELICIOUS BLEND.


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